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Conductor's Choice: Palm Court Orchestra

Sat. March 19th 2005 8:00 pm University Centre Farquhar Auditorium (All Ages) 8:00 pm
"A little of what you fancy does you good", they say and Conductor Charles Job has assembled a delightful programme of light music that spans the 20th century. He has chosen selections by Leroy Anderson, Roger Quilter, Clive Richardson and the "British Waltz King" Archibold Joyce, as well as music by living composers Trevor Duncan, Ernest Tomlinson and Robert Farnon. The concert ends with music from Lerner & Loewe's film musical Gigi.

"It will be a real musical treat - full of great tunes!"
Charles Job, conductor

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Telephone: (250) 748-9964
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Palm Court Orchestra

The Palm Court Orchestra was founded by conductor Charles Job in 1986 and gave its first concert in April 1987. In the decade since the Palm Court Orchestra, one of the few ensembles in the world dedicated to the performance of light music, has built up a devoted following in Victoria and southern Vancouver Island for its sensitive and affectionate... more info
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